The New York Film Festival revealed the list of works that will be shown within its activities, most notably: She Said. The festival will start on September 30th.
Maria Schrader’s She Said, Chinonye Chukwu’s Till to World Premiere at New York Film Festival
She Said is one of the works awaited by the audience, and the work is adapted from the book of Correspondents, written by Rebecca Linkewicz, directed by Maria Schrader, and starring Patricia Clarkson, Andre Prager, Samantha Morton, and Jennifer Ell. The film will be released in all Theaters on November 18th.
The New York Film Festival is witnessing the screening of the distinguished drama film Till, which revolves around a Chicago woman whose son is executed while visiting his cousins in Mississippi, in the United States, in 1955.
The list of New York Film Festival films included a number of distinguished films, most notably Marco Bellocchio’s Bones and All, in addition to the series External Night.
The Festival also includes the screening of the drama Solaris, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the work’s release.
The New York Film Festival is a festival that takes place every fall in New York City and was founded in 1963 by Richard Rudd and Amos Vogel with the support of Lincoln Center President William Schumann of America.